Posted on Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Active military

Noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) is often preventable by taking a few simple precautions like using earplugs or limiting exposure to loud noise. But putting limits on exposure to loud noise and wearing earplugs isn't always possible for active service members who need to hear to keep themselves and others safe. That's probably why some estimates say 60% of returning veterans have hearing damage. In order to take on this startling trend, the military has invested in a unique formula-- a micronutrient that could protect hearing.

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Posted on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
retro television

For some people with hearing loss terms like channel and band are exciting discoveries in hearing modification. But for the average person with hearing loss sorting through these terms can be confusing. So if you're having problems figuring out how many channels are optimal in a hearing aid or even what a channel is and how it's different from hearing aid "band" read on because People Hearing Better has your answers!

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Posted on Thursday, March 24, 2016
Stephanie at bench

If the average American knew there was a new treatment that increased health, mood, and improved brain function they'd be lining up. Believe it or not, research has tied these exact benefits to hearing aid use. But despite the facts many people with hearing loss still don't understand the importance of improved hearing health. The latest study on hearing aid benefits might just change that. This study showed improved mental performance not after years of hearing aid use, but after two weeks.

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